Migrant Labor Housing (Agricultural Labor Camps) Licensing
The agricultural industry employs a substantial number of migrant farm workers in planting, cultivating, harvesting and packaging of the many labor-intensive crops grown in Michigan. Good housing is an essential element in securing an adequate supply of seasonal agricultural workers. Migrant housing exists throughout the Lower Peninsula of Michigan at approximately 870 licensed housing sites including 4,000 living units with a capacity for 23,000 persons.
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